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Price is £36.99 + £2.48 2nd class Postage = £39.90 Delivered - Expires at the end of the week i believe

This costs about £45 in other shops and sells for about £40 on ebay

Specs: When it comes to beautiful performance, things can get a bit ugly. The XFX ATI Radeon HD 4650 is a little energy saver that can play games at lower resolutions while also offering excellent HD video decoding. Add full HDMI and DisplayPort (on some models) capabilities and youve got more than a casual gaming experience.

- Unified Superscalar Shader Architecture
- Accelerated Video Transcoding (AVT)
- 320 Stream Processing Units
- ATI PowerPlay Technology
- ATI Stream Technology
- DirectX 10.1 Support
- HDCP Capable
- Bus Type: PCI-E 2.0
- GPU Clock: 600 Mhz
- Memory Bus: 128
- Memory Type: DDR2
- Memory Size: 1GB
- Memory Speed: 800 Mhz
- 2 Year Warranty
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#1
I think there's a problem with the link.
#2
Dave-T
I think there's a problem with the link.


fixed
#3
Without the description explicitly stating it's dual-DVI I wouldn't like to risk it.
#5
How is this comparable to GT8800?
#6
MadonnaProject
How is this comparable to GT8800?

This is not a decent gaming card and would be easily beaten a 9600 GT as one example.
#7
EndlessWaves
Without the description explicitly stating it's dual-DVI I wouldn't like to risk it.

The XFX website confirms it has dual-link DVI and the photo on their site shows two of them.
#8
MadonnaProject;7532656
How is this comparable to GT8800?


Not good. Ranked 156 Vs. 46
http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu_list.php
#9
fairly decent price, tho anyone wanting an htpc card might well be better off waiting for the 56XX series
#10
I go a HD4650 Gainward version for £43 a year ago thanks to a pricing error on an amazon pre-order from Nov 2008

Compared to a 9500GT this is way better

For the price its an excellent card, if your not into hard core gaming it will run all the current games no problem on medium detail and those a year old on full.

Core 2 Due E6420
4 GB DDR II 800
x1 HD
x1 Drive
Mobo
This card
couple usb things

All gfx maxed in grid works fine on my 300w PSU doesnt even peak the PSU and the minimum is 400w

at Idle gfx card pulls about 13w the old 9500GT 47w idle, yes it was a waste of space, hd4650 pwned it.
#11
Another alternative people might be interested in is this Nvidia GT 240 from ebuyer. I was going to post it till I saw they are banned but I guess it'sstill OK to mention them now and again?

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/179468

It's certainly has more grunt than this Radeon HD 4650 and tends to beat the Radeon 4670 in most benchmarks. Not too bad for an extra £16.
#12
Why is ebuyer banned?! They have some great deals sometimes...
#13
Kankan101
I go a HD4650 Gainward version for £43 a year ago thanks to a pricing error on an amazon pre-order from Nov 2008

Compared to a 9500GT this is way better

For the price its an excellent card, if your not into hard core gaming it will run all the current games no problem on medium detail and those a year old on full.

All gfx maxed in grid works fine on my 300w PSU doesnt even peak the PSU and the minimum is 400w

at Idle gfx card pulls about 13w the old 9500GT 47w idle, yes it was a waste of space, hd4650 pwned it.


Was yours the GDDR3 version? This is the slow DDR2 version. I suspect something was wrong with your 9500GT if you measured it pulling 47W at idle, even an 8800GT doesn't draw that much when idling.

And bear in mind that a gaming card at this price is only something you should go for if you definitely can't afford anything more expensive, a 4850 at £70 is three or four times as fast for less than twice the price.

InfernoZeus
Why is ebuyer banned?! They have some great deals sometimes...


Self-promotion.
#14
InfernoZeus;7535110
Why is ebuyer banned?! They have some great deals sometimes...


Feels like they have been banned for a long time. I'm in support of allowing them back so I don't miss out on cheap components :thumbsup:
#15
i was wondering why i dont see any ebuyer deals on here anymore. i have had some great deals on there,

i vote for bringing them back too
#16
bring em back defo
#17
MadonnaProject
How is this comparable to GT8800?


http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-graphics-card,2464-8.html

The 8800GT would be better but not a lot in it
#18
I have used Ebuyer for business buys for 6 years and highly recommend them.

Excellent service, price and quality - why are they banned?!
#19
MadonnaProject
How is this comparable to GT8800?

8800GT is better than this
#20
Agharta
This is not a decent gaming card and would be easily beaten a 9600 GT as one example.

i play dragon age origins at 1920 x 1080 with everything on max with my e8400 core 2 duo and a 8800GT i got for £50 second hand well over a year ago! so too say it is not a decent graphics card is quite honestly MAD!!!!!!!!!!!
#21
A reasonable card for a resonable price, ok its unlike to run the latest 3d games at the highest res' but it will handle most other things quite well - (dedicated PC gamers will of course know this is unlikely to run the latest 3D games well anyway.)
#22
Lord Biddy
I have used Ebuyer for business buys for 6 years and highly recommend them.

Excellent service, price and quality - why are they banned?!

I read somewhere on these forums that they were banned for self promotion. It's a pity because they do some fantastic deals, the ban effects us more that it does ebuyer, so another vote for removing ban.
#23
Lord Biddy
I have used Ebuyer for business buys for 6 years and highly recommend them.

Excellent service, price and quality - why are they banned?!


As above...they were self promoting on this site which is not allowed, and they done this on more then one occasion and thus it is doubtful they will be allowed back in the near future. :thumbsup:

Furthermore, guys remember this is the slower DDR2 version not the newer DDR3 version which is a whole class quicker.
#24
Just for comparison (if you're thinking of buying this card) the XXX version (650MHz core, 1000MHz memory) is available at Scan for £41.92 (exc delivery - but a lot of people qualify for free delivery). Also comes with Far Cry 2 game which in itself is worth the extra £2. Link
#25
Ebuyer have a history of selfpromotion and I personally have a story of taking them to small claims court for their ridiculous behaviour (where I won) so happy not to see ebuyer posts. Sorry.
#26
Didn't know Ebuyer were banned.
Never had a problem with them.
#27
Worth pointing out for the ever dwindling few of us with what are becoming legacy AGP motherboards that this is a PCI-E card to save us from having to check the link.
#28
ZerocoolJ
A reasonable card for a resonable price, ok its unlike to run the latest 3d games at the highest res' but it will handle most other things quite well - (dedicated PC gamers will of course know this is unlikely to run the latest 3D games well anyway.)


Yes, but if you aren't gaming then why not go for something cheaper? There are cards available for £25-30 that'll do everything this does in terms of monitor outputs, HD video decoding and similar and as you pointed out if you do need the processing power for anything you're better off spending more money to get something like a 4850 which is far better value for money.
#29
Warning to anyone who uses Linux (or might do in the future)..I used to like ATI cards but their support for Linux is rubbish. I now stick to NVidia or Intel.. Nvidia drivers are closed source, but at least they are provided and updated.

Not voted hot or cold as not an issue for Windows only users.
#30
Good price, but really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really CRAP company to buy it from.
#31
The 1GB memory size sounds tempting but it's DDR2 with a 128bit bus, you can get a new 9600GSO on fleabay for a similar price (384MB version, GDDR3, 192bit bus) which would be a much better gaming card.

If you're not into gaming and just want one for HD/blu-ray then this would be fine, but you could pick up a silent (passive?) card for cheaper.
#32
Would not recommend buying a XFX product, since they have a very bad support in Europe.
They basically refuse to deal with the customer directly, and many resellers such as Ebuyer refuse or at least play very hard to take the responsibility on themselves.
This also applies to the so called 'Lifetime guarantee' which is only for US and Canada.
From bitter experience, I would steer clear.
#33
I bought my dad Flight Simulator X gold edition for xmas but he has to run it on low graphics. Would this be good to play it on?
#34
jamadaia;7552960
Would not recommend buying a XFX product, since they have a very bad support in Europe.
They basically refuse to deal with the customer directly, and many resellers such as Ebuyer refuse or at least play very hard to take the responsibility on themselves.
This also applies to the so called 'Lifetime guarantee' which is only for US and Canada.
From bitter experience, I would steer clear.


That's not what I want to hear on the same day I received my XFX ATI 5850 XXX edition card.....:oops:
#35
AndyYam
I bought my dad Flight Simulator X gold edition for xmas but he has to run it on low graphics. Would this be good to play it on?


This card should run Flight Simulator X at the highest settings, assuming the rest of the hardware can handle it.
http://store.microsoft.com/microsoft/Flight-Simulator-X-Gold-Edition-PC-Game/product/25ACE6F8

If he has a 2GHz processor (or above) & 1GB of ram then it will run great with this card, check his motherboard has a PCI-Express slot first, it wont work on AGP boards.
#36
stamfordblue
Didn't know Ebuyer were banned.
Never had a problem with them.


I have never had a problem with them either, but that in itself is the problem!, we all can see bad reports of companies and poor customer service, but its not until you have a problem that you can judge yourself with after sales support whether or not a company is good.
#37
Orville
Good price, but really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really CRAP company to buy it from.


What, really?

I have had good service myself but others have complained. They seem to have some loyal fans tho.

iankbrum
Worth pointing out for the ever dwindling few of us with what are becoming legacy AGP motherboards that this is a PCI-E card to save us from having to check the link.


Better off saving up for a new Mobo than buying a new graphics card.
#38
MBeeching
That's not what I want to hear on the same day I received my XFX ATI 5850 XXX edition card.....:oops:


Sorry for that bro, but honestly the tech support was really appalling. If I showed your there online responses you would laugh at them. They simply wanted to fob me off, and in the end there response was "Im sorry to hear that. If we can be of any more assistance please let me know". I was like wtf?
That is one manufacturer strictly of my list for good.
If anyone has doubts google it and you will find other people who have had to deal with XFX directly, saying the same.
Only way to send arrogant manufacturers liek this a message is not to buy there products.
#39
Continuing my quest to achieve stunning graphics performance for not much money, I have two more cards to report on. An XFX Radeon HD4650 (£39, 512Mb DDR2, 2,580 3Dmark06) and a Powercolor Radeon HD4770 (£55, 512Mb GDDR5, 12,400 3Dmark06). One a real duffer and the other a star!

The XFX HD4650 is a total under performing failure despite the company's claims that this is in fact an overclocked version. Their customer support was totally useless in determining the cause or offering to replace it. I usually buy this company's graphics cards, but not anymore.

I then tried the Powercolor HD4770 and what a difference; fast and quiet. It has replaced my previous favourite the PNY nVidia 9600GT (£45, 512Mb DDR3, 10,000 3Dmark06) as it is slightly faster and definitely quieter when not on full load. The thermostatically controlled cooling fan on the Powercolor HD4770 wins it for me. :thumbsup:
#40
jheales
Continuing my quest to achieve stunning graphics performance for not much money, I have two more cards to report on. An XFX Radeon HD4650 (£39, 512Mb DDR2, 2,580 3Dmark06) and a Powercolor Radeon HD4770 (£55, 512Mb GDDR5, 12,400 3Dmark06). One a real duffer and the other a star!

The XFX HD4650 is a total under performing failure despite the company's claims that this is in fact an overclocked version. Their customer support was totally useless in determining the cause or offering to replace it. I usually buy this company's graphics cards, but not anymore.

I then tried the Powercolor HD4770 and what a difference; fast and quiet. It has replaced my previous favourite the PNY nVidia 9600GT (£45, 512Mb DDR3, 10,000 3Dmark06) as it is slightly faster and definitely quieter when not on full load. The thermostatically controlled cooling fan on the Powercolor HD4770 wins it for me. :thumbsup:


Where was that from thats £20 cheaper than anywhere I've seen?

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